Two key commodities had warehouse homes on the riverfront from 1884 to 1963.
The Olivier Plantation House, 1820s-1949
The aesthetic of architect Henry Hobson Richardson, a native Louisianan, had world-wide impact, including in New Orleans.
Thomas Sully’s Long-Forgotten Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Building
A history of New Orleans’ first gourmet grocery.
A look at Italianate architecture in New Orleans.
A look back on the buildings where cotton reigned king in New Orleans’ downtown “Cotton District.”
A manse unparalleled in its time once sat in the heart of the Garden District.
If Algiers had to burn, it picked a good time.
A building long vilified as an eyesore in the Faubourg Marigny is reexamined.
In 1835, the company commissioned the architectural partnership of James Gallier Sr. and Charles Dakin to design what would be called the Merchants’ Exchange.